ROLE OF THE MARKETING FELLOW
The Marketing Fellow assists with the implementation of TAUW’s marketing and communications strategies for a period of no less than 12 weeks. For local candidates, a mutually-agreed upon extension may be possible. The Fellow will apply knowledge learned in the classroom and/or previous experience to produce social media content, record videos, write articles, coordinate events and complete other duties as assigned.
- Conduct research and interviews to develop stories demonstrating successes of TAUW’s programs.
- Create content for TAUW’s website and social media platforms.
- Assist with writing press releases and newsletter articles.
- Make website content updates through the content management system.
- Assist with event coordination and attend events.
- Contribute ideas during project meetings.
Education and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, business, hospitality or related field preferred with three to four years of successful experience in special events, marketing and/or project management.
- Spanish language skills are highly desired in the ideal candidate.
Job Skills and Abilities
- Skill in conceptualizing event ideas and organizing the people, places and things needed to produce events.
- Ability to think creatively and communicate effectively with team members.
- Ability to work as a self-starter and discern work priorities, show close attention to details and meet deadlines with little supervision.
- Ability to use interpersonal communications skills to effectively work with staff throughout the organization and contribute to a positive work culture.
- Proficiency with social media platforms and management tools. Experience with Sprout Social, Hootsuite or similar programs a plus.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs.
- Proficiency in capturing videos and photographs.
- Day-to-day work will be conducted in an office setting.
- TAUW hosts multiple events throughout the year which are held in both indoor and outdoor locations.
- Working occasional evening and weekend hours is necessary due to after-hours events.
- Interactions beyond staff include communications with volunteers, donors, agency directors, board and cabinet members and the general public.